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Superloop Home Broadband (NBN) - $5 off First 6 Months | Unlimited 50/20 $69.95 100/40 $84.95

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Superloop are offering a $5 discount for the first 6 months on already discounted NBN plans. Not the cheapest in market but the feedback on Whirlpool seems good (see below)

New Superloop NBN "Red" Network Feedback welcome
SuperLoop (nbn) Customer Discussion

Plans are (for the first 6 months)

500gb Data
50mbps/20mbps - $64.95
100mbps/40mbps - $74.95

Unlimited data
50mbps/20mbps - $69.95
100mbps/40mbps - $84.95

https://www.superloop.com/consumer/home-broadband/nbn.html

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  • +1 vote

    Kogan is currently offering $10 for 9 months for the 100/50 connection.

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      Yeah honestly just go Kogan or Belong for nbn broadband plans.

      https://www.koganinternet.com.au/plans/

      https://www.belong.com.au/broadband/nbn

    • +1 vote

      Sorry I mean $10 off for 9 months.

    • +1 vote

      Superloop are nothing like Kogan.

      They are a top tier provider offering good speeds 24/7 and first class local support.

      A company that has been around for years and run by people who have been in this space for decades.

      You will not regret joining Superloop.

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    churned in yesterday from Aussiebroadband 25/5 to 50/20mbs plan for the same price. so far seems better than AB.

  • +2 votes

    I personally would not recommend Superloop. They recently acquired the company I had been using for my 100/40 NBN service and the first ever email I received from them simply outlined that they were going to charge an extra $10 per month and also remove unmetered streaming. Really unimpressed as I had been a long standing customer for many years (since NBN first rolled out). I have just cancelled my service. There are many alternatives that are better value than what Superloop can offer.

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      You forgot to mention that your plan was NOT changing for 6 months.

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      Like what alternatives?

    • +2 votes

      That's interesting. I was on a 100/40 plan with SkyMesh and is now paying $10 less with Superloop with unlimited data. Speed is good so far too.

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      Im on the 50/20 plan with 60 gb on skymesh. I believe there is peak and down period quota so isnt just a straight 60gb. And netflix is unmetered. Paying 64.95 a month. Just dug up my welcome to superloop email informing of the transition and ill be on a 50/20 500 gb plan for 74.95. No unmetered netflix.

      Seems abit steep price going up. Keen to hear these supoosed alternatives. I dont need alot for downloading these days hard files. If anything netflix and other drama streaming services is what the mrs uses. Normal data usage otherwise through month.

      I just want a provider where speeds and connection are decent rather than paying really cheap for a saturated provider where things crawl speed wise all the time.

      Please let me know alternatives. Originally went with skymesh as it was the iinet of old days before it became big and clonky and bought over. Also liked the low lock in contract and free modem at the time (although i swear it may be abit dodgy so might get an after market nbn modem) as opposed to say an iinet where your locked in with activation feed and modem hire costs over 24 months or whatever it is.

      Did you have any issues cancelling your superloop? You did it before superloop activated your service right?? Or can we do it even once superloop comes online soon??

  • -1 vote

    TPG is only a little more $89

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    Been with superloop not even one month,happy with everything, do we get the deal?

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    Yea i got moved to them after they acquired skymesh fibre customers. I am on $54.95 for 50/20 500gb.

    So far so good. Their own prices are higher, but they matched my skymesh price for the first 6 months. Pretty simple, after 6 months I will negotiate a further price match or I will change provider.

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      Wtf! My new superloop is 50/20 proposed for 500 gb and $74.95?! Did you have the 50/20 skymesh 60gb plan before??? If so were you paying 64.95 for that a month??

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      I was on a $50 50/20 100gb with skymesh. Currently on the same plan as you (50/20 500gb) but paying $50.

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    There's some big names at Superloop.
    You're in good hands.

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    Also on skymesh still and got the notice but haven't been pushed to superloop yet either.

    Has the general feedback been good? Im on skymeshs 50/20 plan for 64.95 and i believe the new superloop gives greater gb but takes away free netflix streaming. I think its alsp $5-10 extra a month. Currently ive left it due to complacency though.

    Should i stick with superloop?? Does their service and backhaul or whatever you call it result in superior congestion to the cheaper "unlimited" competitors like belong etc??

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      You should at least give Superloop a go as they are genuinely working hard to make their network the best in Australia.

      The pricing will only match the service… The internet market in Australia now is pretty much, you get what you pay for. There will always be cheaper alternatives but you will have to sacrifice something, usually peak time speeds and or support.

      To answer your question around congestion. You should see near full speeds at any time of the day or night.

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    Can' get their service even though I had FTTP for a few years now?

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    I called up Superloop and they told me that this code is not valid. Is this code only available through online sign up?

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      WOMAD2019, the code was previously WOMAD2018 which is incorrect

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    Not available for nbn 100 plans anymore i dont think. I jsut signed up.

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    WOMAD2019 not WOMAD2018

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    be sure to check your invoices…. mine mentioned the $5 discount but did not apply it to the total.

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      Did they fix it up for you?

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        havnt been able to get through yet on phone. gona call monday.